Who We Are

The Chicago Church started to gather one by one from June 2, 2002, by a missionary who had received the Word like a mustard seed. According to the command of Jesus to “Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation”, our mission is to share the revealed Word with those who are hungry and thirsty without cost.

Having opened the Center to study the theology course required prior determining whether to join the church or not, the growth of the Chicago Church has grown steadily from about 80 members in 2016, to now over 700 congregation members. The Chicago Church is committed to bettering the understanding and knowledge of the Bible so all in the Midwest may be united in the Truth. The Chicago Church maintains a passion to serve others and volunteering through blood drives and assiting organizations that reach out for help. Most importantly, through the goal to be one with God and Jesus and fellow believers in one body of Christ, The Chicago Church continues to strive for the development of the faith, obedience and perception of God’s will, and the zeal and heart to carry it out. 

What We Believe

  • We believe that God’s word is 100% true and the only standard in our life of faith (Jn 1:1; Jn 17:17)
  • We believe in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (Mt 28:19-20).
  • We believe that ONLY through Jesus’ blood can our sins be atoned (Heb 9:28; Rv 7:14).
  • We believe in heaven and eternal life, and that a life of faith should be carried out with such hope, not in hope of the world (Titus 1:1-2).
  • We believe in the return of our Lord Jesus Christ (Jn 14:1-3, Rv 22:12)

  • We believe in not adding to, or taking away from God’s flawless Word of promise (Pr 30:5-6, Rv 22:18-19)

  • We believe that God wants to save all mankind through the knowledge of the truth (1 Tim 2:3-4)

Our Mission

To teach about Jesus our Lord and His teachings correctly and to thoroughly equip believers with the understanding of the scriptures so that they can live and devote themselves to God .
(2 Timothy 3:16-17; Romans 12:1-2)

To understand who I am according to the Bible